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about that with democratic senator dick durbin and republican senator bob corkin. >> a lot of people are saying the president seems to have a different swagger about him in his second term. are people telling you they're noticing the same thing about the president? >> oh, absolutely. you know, i think that first of all, he's never going to have to face reelection again and secondly, i think he made a decision actually about a year ago that dealing, trying to negotiate and make deals with the republicans, particularly in the house, was just a losing battle. first he was very hard to reach a deal with john boehner and then if he did, boehner was having trouble controlling the right wing of his party. so he's been much more combative and confrontational and i think you'll see much more of him going on the road trying to go above the heads of members of congress, appeal to the public and try to get them to put pressure on their representatives. >> it will be interesting to see how both sides react to all this. we'll see you guys for fox news sunday at 9 a.m. on fox 5. >>> from the inaugu
working on this plan during a series of closed door meetings dick durbin and chuck schumer as well as john mccain and marco rubio. we are expecting them to unveil that proposal later today on capitol hill and we should see some provisions giving a faster path to citizenship far farm workers and young people brought here as children. this also paves the way for a contentious legal battle. president obama is proposing his own ideas tomorrow during a speech in las vegas and no telling whether he will adopt the plan from the senate. but the senate's blue print is expected to take presence dense on capitol hill and with that bi-partisan backing, it could have a better chance of making it through congress. we could see committee votes as soon as march. also in the senate lawmakers are gearing up for a battle over gun legislation. the judiciary committee will hold its first gun violence hearing and wayne lapierre is set to testify as is gabby giffords' husband, mark kelly. sheriff's alongside vp joe biden over the gun control policies proposed earlier this mont
. tpm asked senator dick durbin today if the deal would make it easier to pass bills. durbin said "it requires goodwill and good faith." are you kidding me? you're telling me we're going to get a new mitch mcconnell and a whole new group of republicans that just can't wait to help barack obama move this country 235 forward, especially on jobs? they have said no to everything. larry cohen, we'll have you back. this is a story that's going to go on. and the democrats are going to pay for this. i don't -- you know, i don't want to fight with the democrats. but my lord, what was this election all about? coming up, days after a pbs "frontline" special, someone in the justice department is stepping down. we will get to more on the filibuster in just a moment. we're right back on "the ed show." stay with us. officemax can help you drive supply costs down... and down. use your maxperks card and get a 10-ream case of officemax multiuse paper for just 4.99 after maxperks rewards. find thousands of big deals now... at officemax. >>> and we want to make sure that you know what the vote count was
senator dick durbin. i'll turn here because the vice president going to be pulling up right behind me. it's a prayer service. they get a chance to reflect a little bit at the start of this new term. our own chris wallace sat down with the recollector here, reverend dr. lewis leon. he is someone who says look, this is a great tradition because it gives the new president or reelected president a chance to reflect, pause. you can see right behind me we're going to have -- i'm going to let you see -- actually it's the obama motorcade. the bidens must be on the other side. there is the president of the united states right there. mrs. obama coming out. and their family walked in earlier. we can see their daughters coming around the corner, about to meet up with the president and first lady. there is the first lady's mother. mrs. robinson. they're going to be walking in together. they're going to meet with the recollector right there on the way in. this is a chance for the first family to worship right here and get a chance to start the second term off with a little bit of prayer, a little bit o
of the imperial presidency. >> jennifer: we're seeing dick durbin walking right now into the steps, as he's going up, he was obviously a lead player in so much of the putting together of today as well as chuck schumer. let me bring in quickly david shuster who is on the ground in washington, d.c. david, where are you perched? >> governor granholm, we're at 7th and madison. i'm personally thrilled to hear that the marine corps band has been the start of our coverage as opposed to beyonce, kelly clarkson and james taylor. we're going to hear from them as well but you're right, the marine corps band goes back to 1790s, back to the time of george washington. part of the official sort of vibe that we're going to hear this morning. we're at 7th and madison, about seven blocks from the reviewing stand, from the area where president obama and the dignitaries are -- 1500 dignitaries will be seated around president obama. what they've done is because of security, they've pushed the median -- a lot of folks are further back. they divide the mall into sections. it requires a certain level of security to get
cain, marco rubio, jeff flake, lindsey graham, the democrats, chuck schumer, dick durbin, michael benn bennet, robert menendez. probably the most controversial part will be all of these folks here in this country illegally under this proposal, should it pass, would not be asked to leave the country. they would have a path to citizenship, a path to being legal and that, of course, the devil is going to be in the details on this. but that is going to be the test, whether conservative republicans who have been against this for a long time, whether they can sign on to it. >> we'll get a chance to listen to what the president has to say on this, as i mentioned, tomorrow in las vegas. chuck todd in washington. thank you very much. >> you got it. >>> let's check in with natalie morales with the days top stories. >> good morning, savannah and matt. >>> violence raging on the streets of cairo for the fifth straight day this morning. eamon . >> reporter: clashes taking place between protesters and police, as you mention ed, for the fifth straight day. all weekend long, intense fighting in the city of a
side, senator graham is going to be fighting for this. senator dick durbin, also the author of the grown map and authored it like more than a decade ago enbob hernandez from new jersey. these people are also joined by groups in the house that are also in for the same goal. so i believe that there is going to be a strong push for immigration reform. >> all right, thanks so much. lourdes. i want to point out to everyone abc news and univision have a joint venture, incredibly exciting for all of us and you will be hearing about this great table enterprise soon. >> of course, this is one of the big issues we cover on that joint venture so bring in cokie roberts on this. right now speed will matter, cokie, when i was talking to senator rubio last week he said if you don't get this done early in the year through the senate completely done by august or september, the window is going to close. >> i agree with that but think they will have a very, very difficult time getting it done in the house of representatives because even though there are many in the republican party who agree w
graduated from college in 1954. that was the year i was born. that was the year dick durbin was 32. at a time when the american intelligence community was best described as an old boys' club, she was hired as a -- at the c.i.a. as a gs-4 typist. coming out of college in 1954 hired as a typist. over her career that stretched nearly half century, jean blazed a trail in the national clandestine service, she methodically worked her way up to leadership positions. openings in ethiopia, finland and the hague. she became an expert in soviet intelligence and spy craft and retired as a member of the senior intelligence service in 1992. but even after her retirement, she continued her work for the agency as a contractor, making still more valuable contributions and working without a day's break in service until she became ill just last summer. as her obituary reads -- quote -- "she remained a quiet agency soldier, purposely nondebt ceiling script and -- none descript and selflessly dedicated. she lived alone and walked to work. if she was a gray figure at the agency, ms. vertifay was an ef
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